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  • Only one of 19 schools with 4th grade students exceeded the state average percentage of students meeting the performance standard in reading, four of 19 schools exceeded the state performance standard in writing, five exceeded the standard for listening, and two exceeded the state performance standard for mathematics.

  • Of the 19 schools with 4th grade classes, 11 schools performed below the district average (which was lower than the state average) in reading, nine performed below the district average in writing and listening, and 12 performed below the district average in mathematics.

Exhibit 4.2.9 summarizes the percentage of 7th grade students in the Clover Park School District that achieved the state standard by school compared with the state percentages of children that achieved the state standard on the Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL) for 2000.

Exhibit 4.2.9 The Percentage of Seventh Grade Students Meeting State Performance Standards on the Washington Assessment of Student Learning School by School Comparisons with the District and State Performances

Clover Park School District

Reference Group

Year

Reading

Writing

Listening

Mathematics

Clover Park

2000

30.8

33.1

70.1

16.7

State

2000

41.5

42.6

79.6

28.2

Hudtloff

2000

47.1

45.6

77.2

30.4

Lochburn

2000

16.7

20.4

59.6

8.9

Mann

2000

32.6

28.3

72

16.8

Woodbrook

2000

30.8

39.7

73.7

13.4

As noted in Exhibit 4.2.9:

  • The overall district average for 7th grade was below the average state percentage of students meeting the performance standards established for the WASL.

  • Only one of four middle schools with 7th grade students exceeded the state average percentage of students meeting the performance standard in reading, writing, and mathematics.

  • Of the four schools with 7th grade classes, only one middle school performed below the district average (which was lower than the state average) in reading, listening, and mathematics while half performed below the district average in writing.

Exhibit 4.2.10 summarizes the percentage of 10th grade students in the Clover Park School District that achieved the state standard by school compared with the state percentages of children that achieved the state standard on the Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL) for 2000.

Exhibit 4.2.10 The Percentage of Tenth Grade Students Meeting State Performance Standards on the Washington Assessment of Student Learning School by School Comparisons with the District and State Performances Clover Park School District

Reference Group

Year

Reading

Writing

Listening

Mathematics

Clover Park District

2000

48.6

22.9

63.6

24.3

State

2000

59.8

31.7

77.8

35

Clover Park HS

2000

42.5

18

57.8

22

Lakes HS

2000

54.1

29.7

69.3

28.7

A-I HS

2000

51.4

2.9

62.9

5.7

As noted in Exhibit 4.2.10:

  • The overall district average for 10th grade was below the average state percentage of students

meeting the performance standards established for the WASL.

Clover Park School District Audit Report Page 86

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